Segments From this episode
The community of Gulf Shores, Ala., asked BP's cleanup workers to ditch their reflective gear in hopes of creating a more tourist-friendly environment.
The chair of the Senate Budget Committee talks about how world events may affect U.S. budget talks, and the future of the Federal Reserve.
Since nuclear reactors were first rolled out in the 1960s, critics have questioned the safety of General Electric's Mark 1 boiling-water reactors. And in the wake of the earthquake in Japan, GE may face global pullback from nuclear technology.
Tokyo residents are adjusting to power and supply shortages in the city -- but one investment banker says people haven't panicked over the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant disaster.
Japan's Nikkei index took a dramatic fall after the country was rocked by a 8.9 magnitude earthquake. But the market is seeing a rebound today, as the government invests billions of dollars to ensure liquidity.
The Internet and home entertainment delivery service plans to produce and distribute its own "television" show, according to Deadline Hollywood. This is a move that's got Hollywood worried.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, March 16, 2011